Down 19 points, QB Lamar Jackson rallies Baltimore Ravens to comeback win over Indianapolis Colts

BALTIMORE -- Although the Baltimore Ravens were unable to set an NFL rush record, they will always remember Lamar Jackson carrying them with his arm.
Jackson rallied the Ravens from 19 points down during the second half and led them to a remarkable 31-25 win over the Indianapolis Colts. Baltimore's fourth consecutive win was achieved by Jackson's touchdown pass of 5-yards to Marquise brown in overtime.

With 3:06 remaining in the third quarter, the Ravens were trailing 22-3. This was their largest comeback under Jackson or coach John Harbaugh. Baltimore was 0-17 under Harbaugh after trailing by 19 points or more.

Ravens were limited to 72 yards of rushing and saw their record-breaking 100-yard streak at rushing end at 43

Jackson stated that Jackson was disappointed with the rushing after the game. It's all right, we won the game.

Jackson carried the Ravens this time with his arm, throwing for a record-breaking 442 yards.